Student Research


There are many accessible projects (involving mathematics, scientific computing, experimental mathematics, software development, etc.) which students can work on. If you would like more information, please contact me at richard.low@sjsu.edu 

For Masters students who are looking for potential writing project topics (and an advisor), please contact me at richard.low@sjsu.edu


Current projects underway (2021-2022): 

Low, R.M. and Kapbasov, A., Graph Ramsey theory. 


Here are some papers, co-authored with students who worked on past projects: 

Low, R.M., Kapbasov, A., Kapbasov, Arman and Bereg, S., Computation of new diagonal graph Ramsey numbersElectron. J. Graph Theory Appl. 10 (2022), no. 2, 575-588.

Low, R.M., Kapbasov, A., Kapbasov, Arman, Locke, S.C. and Chan, W.H., A codex of N- and P-positions in Harary’s ‘Caterpillar Game’. Integers. 21 (2021), #G1, 26pp. (electronic).

Stavrou, S.G., Low, R.M. and Hernandez, N.J., Corrigendum to “Rank classification of 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 tensors over F2Linear Multilinear Algebra. 66 (2018), no. 3, 514-515.

Low, R.M. and Kapbasov, A., Non-attacking bishop and king positions on regular and cylindrical chessboardsJ. Integer Seq. 20 (2017), no. 6, Art. 17.6.1, 26 pp.

Stavrou, S.G., Low, R.M. and Hernandez, N.J., Rank classification of 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 tensors over F2Linear Multilinear Algebra. 64 (2016), no. 11, 2297-2312.

Kanungo, S. and Low, R.M., Further analysis on the “king and rook vs. king on a quarter-infinite board” problemIntegers. (2007), #G9, 7pp. (electronic).